Yes! Soothe Bladder is safe for and helps cats as well as dogs!
However, cats are much more discerning eaters than most dogs, so we recommend crushing the half tablet and mixing it in something your cat likes to eat.
CRANBERRYCranberries have a history of medicinal use dating back hundreds of years.
JUNIPER BERRYJunipers are coniferous plants ranging in size from tall trees to low-spreading shrubs.
MARSHMALLOW ROOTThe Greek name for marshmallow root is Althea, which means “to heal.”
UVA URSIUva ursi, also known as Arctostaphylos uva-ursi, is a plant with leaves used for medicine.
Active Ingredients per 1.7 g tablet:
INACTIVE INGREDIENTS: Dicalcium Phosphate, Distilled Monoglycerides, Magnesium Stearate, Microcrystalline Cellulose, Natural Flavoring, Silicon Dioxide.
For use in dogs over the age of 12 weeks and adult cats. (For kittens, consult your veterinarian.)
How long should it take to see improvement if given to a dog with a current confirmed infection that was not cleared with antibiotics?
Thank you for your question! We usually see improvement in 3 weeks. If there is no improvement at that point, then we recommend your dog be checked by your veterinarian for other issues like bladder stones, a tumor, or another underlying problem. Thank you for supporting Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine!
Hello, I have a 16 year old cat that has mild renal insufficiency normal for her age and otherwise very healthy and active. She has had occasional UTI's most of her life. Over that past 2 years I have had her treated for UTI symptoms such as urinating outside the litter box, lethargy, and howling during urination about every 3 to 4 months. Sometimes there is bacteria in her urine and other times blood and sometimes there is little evidence but she is treated with an antibiotic prophylactically. Would the Sooth bladder be safe for a cat her age with mild slightly elevated BUN and srcr and what would be the recommended dose?
Thank you for your question! Dr. Smith and Dr. Damron have experienced success with Soothe Bladder in their patients with similar cases as yours. The herbs in Soothe Bladder can help support your cat by making the bladder's environment less hospitable to bacteria. We recommend following the dosing on the package. If your cat is less than 5 pounds, we recommend splitting the dose in half. Thank you for supporting Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine!
Good afternoon How long can Sooth Bladder be given to a dog? I thought UVA Ursi should only be used short term not long term? Thank you
Thank you for your question! Soothe Bladder can be given long-term for prevention and maintenance of bladder issues. Uva Ursi is a powerful astringent, but since it's combined with antilithic herbs with demulcent and anti-microbial herbs such as marshmallow root in Soothe Bladder, the formula makes it safe to administer long term.
Hi, Is this product available to purchase anywhere is Australia? This product, along with the other herbal formulas for dog urinary/bladder issues, is what I'm after but cannot find anywhere else. Thanks!
Hi there, thank you for your question! We are currently working on expanding PET | TAO shipping internationally from the US. It's not located at any vet clinics or stores in Australia yet. If you're interested in PET | TAO food, treats or supplements, please fill out our contact form and provide your address and we'll get you a shipping estimate and see what ingredients are allowed to be imported. It may take us a few days to look into these regulations. If you already know what you're allowed to import, please let us know as this will speed up the process. If you're interested in Jing Tang herbals, these may already be available in Australia. We recommend contacting the Chi Institute in Australia at this link to see if there are any vets in Australia who carry the herbs: http://www.tcvm.com.au/
Could this be given to a cat, perhaps at a smaller dose?
Thank you for your question! PET | TAO Soothe Bladder is safe for cats. It comes in chewable tablets, which you can crush and mix into food, if you'd like! You can give one tablet twice daily for cats. Here's some more information about the ingredients in this soothing product:
Marshmallow root: https://pettao.com/use-marshmallow-root-improve-pet-bladder-health/
Uva Ursi: https://pettao.com/5-ways-uva-ursi-soothes-dog-bladders/
Juniper Berry: https://pettao.com/know-juniper-berry-pet-bladder-health/
When will this product be available?
Hi there! This product should be available in about a week. Thank you for your patience.
Hello! I’m wondering if my 14 year old diabetic dog (controlled for 3 years) would be able to take this blend prophylactically? She has been free from bladder infections, but recently has had two within a month of each other. She is a spayed Aussie/Border/Kepie mix
Thanks for your question! Dogs often take PET | TAO Soothe Bladder as a preventative measure in addition to taking it during episodes of infection.
We also recommend PET | TAO Freeze Dried Beef Kidney (3-5 pieces a day) to support normal urinary tract and bladder health.
Here is a link to some more articles about this wonderful supplement: https://pettao.com/?s=soothe+bladder
My mini schnauzer has recently developed Cushings and one of the symptoms is blood in the urine. This product has given her bladder the support it needs and I no longer see blood or dark cloudy urine. Thank you for a great product. I will reorder.
My 10 year old basset is thankful for the help she gets with her cystitis and this product surely does.
Easy ordering and super fast shipping!
I started purchasing this when my female English Labrador Retriever was 12 weeks old and had a bad bladder infection. She was put on Antibiotics and it wasn't clearing it out and she was too young for stronger antibiotics. I had previously taken my other dogs in the past to a TCVM Vet where I had lived in Colorado but I didn't have access to that where I live in Oregon now so I went in search for someone I could purchase TCVM products and found this website. I put her on the bladder soothe based on her weight and it finally cleared out her infection along with the antibiotics. I kept her on this until she was fixed at 1.5 years old and had some plastic surgery down there to help fix the skin folds down there. As she has grown I still give her this as a maintenance since she still has a small fold down there and gets bladder irritation off and on. I give her half of the daily dose for her weight and she has not had any recurrent bladder infections since she was 12 weeks old and she has been fixed. Thank You for making these products available online! So glad I can give her something natural to prevent her bladder infections so that she doesn't have to be on antibiotics. Definitely worth the cost much cheaper than a vet visit and urine culture! Awesome product!!
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